From: Christopher Fynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 19 2005 - 16:36:41 CST
Peter Constable wrote:
> Even in production fonts designed to depict text as users expect it, a
> glyph for ZWJ and ZWNJ can be useful since many word-processing or DTP
> applications include a display mode in which non-printing characters are
> visibly depicted. Microsoft includes glyphs for ZWJ and ZWNJ in some of
> their fonts for this purposes.
> Peter Constable
In Microsoft fonts where glyphs for these characters are present, these
glyphs seem to have zero advance width. I guess it is this way for
applications which simplisticly calculate line length using the width of
glyphs directly mapped to characters?
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